This set of 8 European fire-related wood engravings were drawn by G. Freeman and engraved by Dutch engraver Jan Kip from Richard Blome's Commentary on the Bible, 1695. They are titled as follows, starting upper left: 1) Manner of Burning the Martyrs in Smithfield; 2) The Siege of Jerusalem; 3) Zamri Burnt; 4) David Flys For Refuge to King Achish; 5) Nadab and Abihu; 6) Sodom Burnt; 7) Nadab and Abihu; and 8) Ahaz the Wicked King. Matted and framed under glass. Dimensions: All are in very good condition, with minimal wear, and are approximately 13 ½" h x 8 ½" w, sight; 20 ¾" h x 15 ⅝" framed, with the exception of the upper left engraving which measures 10 ½" h x 7 ⅛" sight.
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